I am not sure I am the type of person who needs to be running at the gym more than once a week. Maybe that’s why I don’t do it, but I enjoy that I don’t have to. I think I’m more inclined to exercise when I’m not as tired or stressed out.
I am not sure I am the type of person who needs to be running at the gym more than once a week. Maybe thats why I dont do it, but I enjoy that I dont have to. I think Im more inclined to exercise when Im not as tired or stressed out.
For years I have heard that fitness should not be a chore but a joy, but lately I am finding that it seems like exercise is no longer that. As more and more people are becoming more aware of the health benefits of exercise, they are getting caught up in the pursuit of perfection. But the opposite is also true. The pursuit of perfection leads to over-training and burnout, which in turn leads to injury, performance problems, and even death.
One of my clients has a very interesting story about her first exercise. A few years ago she was an amateur runner. She was an active runner. She was a competitive runner. She was also an amateur swimmer, but she was always running. She’d run 10-miler, 10-mile, half marathon, and finally just recently ran a 10K. About a month before she ran her 10K, she ran her first 10mile.
Her training schedule was something like this: Run 10 miles every day. Run a 10-mile race every other day. Run a half marathon every other day. Do a 10K every other day. Run a 10 miler every other day. She was not very good at any of these things. She could do them all just fine. But she just couldn’t do a 10K. She just couldn’t do a 10 mile. She was so tired.
She really, really didn’t want to run 10 miles. She wanted to do a 10 mile, and she really couldn’t do it. She was so tired. She couldn’t get more tired than that. But she did what she could. She was able to get her body to crank it up for mile 5, but not for mile 8. She was able to get to mile 9, but not to mile 11. It was her goal to hit mile 9.
You can’t just stop there and tell us that she’s really a useless person on the track. It’s like telling a person who has a bad heart that they’re not a person. How are we supposed to know that’s the real story? She really had a heart, and she couldn’t do it.
Again, I agree with the point that all of this is true. No one is perfect. We all make mistakes and we all have our weak points. Unfortunately, in this case, the issue isn’t that Colt Vahn is a terrible person, but that he’s made a horrible mistake that has left him stranded on a very dangerous island.
Colt Vahn is a victim of his own mistake. He has always been a strong, self-motivated person, but he has always felt like he has a weakness. This weakness manifests itself in the form of a fixation on a particular sport. Colt Vahn, an amnesiac and a time-waster, is obsessed with cycling. He sees cycling as the one thing in life that will allow him to accomplish every goal.
In Deathloop, this fixation is broken. Colt Vahn is given a chance to get his life back. He must complete a series of challenges to restore his memory and get his life back. But the challenge isn’t just to get his life back, it’s also to get a new, more powerful bike.